Clubs

Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs throughout the school year. Each year, teachers work with students to organize clubs that meet the interests of students. Our school has a long tradition of providing opportunities for students to explore:

  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Technology
  • Mindfulness
  • Fitness
  • Intramural Sports

Colonel Walker School is proud to offer a variety of clubs during lunch (unless otherwise stated). The following is a list of a number of clubs teachers are excited to lead.

 

Teacher Name(s)Club NameGrade LevelTime Frame

Meike

Cribbage 

3

January

Meike

Math 

4/5

February/March

Meike

Math

6

April/May

Amber

Art

1/2

November

Amber

Reading Club

1/2

May/June

Deborah

Choir

1-3

February - April (10 weeks) 

Thursdays lunch hour

Robin

STEM Club

5/6

January (Thursday Lunch)

Robin

STEM Club

3/4

March (Thursday Lunch)

Robin

STEM Club

1/2

May (Thursday Lunch)

Geoff

PE club basketball outside

May?

Dena

Wool Club

5/6

March (Monday Lunch)

Dena 

Reader’s Theatre

3/4

April (Monday Lunch)

Donna

Readers Theatre 

3/4

April (Monday Lunch)


Please note that parents of students who attend the hot lunch program will need to send their child with a lunch on days their child attends a club. Alternatively, students who attend hot lunch can arrange with the sponsor teacher to arrive late to the club after returning to school.

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